Memphis Grizzlies Proclaim “The Boys Are Back In Town

May 13, 2013; Memphis, TN, USA; Memphis Grizzlies mascot performs during a timeout in game four of the 2013 NBA Playoffs against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Memphis defeated Oklahoma 103-97 in overtime and lead the series 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

 

The Memphis Grizzlies will play on their home court today, and it could not come at a better time.

The Grizzlies have already come back in two playoff series in this 2013 NBA Playoffs, but being in a two game hole against the San Antonio Spurs is different. Sure, Memphis was down 0-2 against the Clippers and came back, but the Clippers are, well, soft. Some might say, “Well the Grizzlies were down a game against the Thunder and won the series.” True, but it’s not like Tony Parker is gone for this series, as was Russell Westbrook for OKC.

The Grizzles are built for a long series. They are tough, physical, and old school. They need this win at home today. They need to feed off of their home crowd and play with a little passion. Not the kind of hold your head and fake a head injury passion that we have seen through two games. Memphis has to push and shove the Spurs around tonight. Since “The Boys are Back In Town” maybe the real Grizzlies will reappear tonight and get themselves back into this series.

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Topics: Classic Rock Saturday, Memphis Grizzlies, Nba, NBA Western Conference Finals, San Antonio Spurs

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